As the only comprehensive empirical analysis of the changing racial and occupational structure of the urban workforce in South Africa under apartheid, this study will make an invaluable contribution to our understanding of the complex inter-relations of past and present racial inequality and economic development in South Africa.
1. Race, Class and the Division of Labour 2. The Extent and Pattern of African Advancement 3.Capitalist Interests, White Labour and Apartheid Labour Policy 4. Racial Differentiation, Class Formation and the Labour Process in the Construction, Manufacturing and Mining Sectors 5. Segregation and De-Racialisation in the Tertiary Sector 6. Economic Growth and Trends in the Racial Wage and Income Gap 7. Conclusion: The Increasing Significance of Class